Preview image directly on PC, save directly to HD

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Patrick M., Jan 7, 2004.

  1. Patrick M.

    Patrick M. Guest

    Hi Everyone,

    I am looking for a digital camera which will allow me to connect
    directly to my PC and allow me to preview my images on my monitor
    prior to snapping the picture. I would then like the image to
    download directly to my PC, thereby circumventing any type of
    smartmedia. Does anyone know of a camera and/or software which will
    allow me to do this? The camera doesn't need to be really high-end --
    just something with a digital zoom and a decent enough picture.

    If anyone has any suggestions, I'd really appreciate it!

    Patrick M., Jan 7, 2004
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    Ken Reynolds Guest

    I have done this with an Olympus 3030 and software called , "came ". which
    is on the net. There is also a program called " cam2com " which is similar.
    Ken Reynolds
    Ken Reynolds, Jan 7, 2004
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  3. Patrick M. Guest

    Better Canon cameras come with software RemoteCapture, which allow you make
    photo's with your computer and without using the CF card. It works fine with
    my 300D. I've seen somebody doing this with a Fuji S2 as well, I don't know
    the name of that software.
, Jan 7, 2004
  4. Patrick M.

    Dave Guest

    The Canon camera and remote capture software will do exactly what you want.
    My family has 3 canon digital cameras, the A40, G3, and D300. All of them
    work with this software, however the amount of control the software has over
    the camera is different for each. I would recommend the G3 as it has the
    most control exposed to the software, and you can get the functionality of a
    full time LCD on screen and control the zoom from the software.

    The software is very night for doing time lapse photography. That primarily
    what I use it for. Good luck. -Dave
    Dave, Jan 7, 2004
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